Questions about the Tecnifibre TFight 325

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by Kenn, May 25, 2005.

  1. Kenn

    Kenn Guest

    Hello

    I am looking for a new Racquet ,and I was Just wondering if anyone has hit with this Racquet . If so, could you please post a message about your experience with this racquet.

    I also have a few questions about this Racquet.

    How does this racquet Hit from the baseline ?

    How is it serving with this Racquet ?

    How is its spin potential for hitting heavy topspin groundstrokes ?

    What type of string and tension are you hitting in this racquet ?

    Whats the shape of the grip like ,and is it close to correct sizing ?

    Maybe compare the Grip shape to a head/ prince/wilson racquet if possible.

    Any feedback would be greatly appreciated.

    Thank you to all who take the time to respond to this post .

    Kenn
     
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  2. Yondan

    Yondan New User

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    Well first of all my TFight 325s are modded with leather grips and lead tape. I'm a fairly athletic junior player at about 6'2" and I changed to this racket after playing with the Liquidmetal Prestige Midsize.

    I'd say they are stable heavy hitters from the baseline, pretty hefty swingweight due to the extra length.

    I serve pretty big with this racket, the extra length may provide more leverage than a standard length racket.

    Very good spin potention for dense string pattern.

    At the moment I am using Kevlar Thin Blend at 57 lbs.

    Grip size i feel is pretty true, rectangular shape like Head rackets.
     
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  3. crosscourt

    crosscourt Professional

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    From the baseline: very easy to hit with despite length. Rock solid and powerful, very accurate. I play s/h b/h and have no difficulty with the extra length. Hitting topspin backhands and forehands with this racket is very easy .

    Spin is plentiful, but it's primarily a flat hitters racket. So low trajectory balls with a lot of weight are what it's all about.

    Serving: outstanding for pace, kick and control.

    String: NRG2 17 at between 62 and 65. Although the string pattern is dense, it plays well at high tensions. Ans at 62 my strings move quite a bit.

    Grip size is more rectangular than square. Comes in at the small end I would say. L4 is a small L4, but still an L4.

    Overall, this is what I hoped the LM Prestige would be. If you want a modern Prestige, but don't like i or LM, try the Tecnifibre.
     
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  4. Kris Will

    Kris Will New User

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    The racquet is good from the baseline... As said above it's mainly a flat hitter's racquet, but it's spin potential is high, U can hit very heavy balls off both sides by adding topspin... I play a s/w forehand, eastern backhand, both with topspin, and I find it great off both sides, very predictable, very stable.

    I string at 62 with Tecnifibre Spinfire 17g, but I'm gonna go up to 65 by my next stringing.

    The grip size is a tad small, just a little bit, and is similar to the Head grip mold.

    Kick serves are crazy with this racquet, due to the small frame width and head-light balance, U can create crazy spin with it on the serve; flat serves are very good also, coming off with good bounce and weight.

    Hope this helps...
     
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